Hotel Euro

Address: Jiraskova 2781, Pardubice, Bohemia, 530 02, Czech Republic | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jiraskova 2781, Pardubice.
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        Travel Blogs from Pardubice

        2 Days in Prague

        A travel blog entry by garystephan on Oct 21, 2015

        2 comments, 4 photos

        ... lunch. We actually ate in the basement of the house that was done up with candles etc. After lunch we walked to the Jewish part of the city which was where the tour ended. By this time it was raining and then we had about 45/60min walk back to the hotel. My legs could hardly carry me but it was worth it. We certainly saw heaps. Prague is a beautiful city with beautiful buildings consisting of old, old town / old town/ new town. Lots of ...

        Kutna Hora

        A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Jan 31, 2015

        9 photos

        ... wandered around old town trying to find just the right place before stopping at an Italian restaurant, Pizzeria de Sherry. I had homemade tagliatelli that was great and FINALLY tried a Pilsner Urquel, the Czech beer. It tasted like a light beer. It was still not to my taste and I didn't drink a lot, but it was light enough that I could at least get some down.

        After dinner, we headed back to the airport, exhausted, but happy that we had been able to go on a short getaway.

        It’s the living who scare me

        A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Dec 09, 2013

        69 photos

        ... wild goose chase, but we finally worked it out ourselves (no thanks to grumpy Czechs), and got our ticket for the next day. All sorted!

        We then took the red train to the end of the line (where I had a bad experience involving bathrooms, toilet paper, money and a cranky non-English speaking lady), and caught a bus from Haje to Kutna Hora. It was almost a two hour bus ride, so I plugged in my iPod and revelled in the music of Josh Pyke, Kate Miller-Heike, Jeff Buckley, ...

        Travel to Kutna Hora

        A travel blog entry by reenybeeny on Jan 06, 2013

        ... square to join the "free" walking tour. This is a great concept they have in many cities, where you go on a tour and the cost is the tip you leave the guide. The tour was great and the guide was really interesting - all about the famous locations and Polish history.

        We had to leave the tour a bit before the end, to catch the bus to Katowice ...

        Hangover, prague ed.

        A travel blog entry by hannahteebay on Jul 16, 2012

        ... He had then got very creative with these bones, and I mean, creative. When we walked into the church we were, well, a little appalled! There were bones everywhere, displays of bones that had been glued and nailed together into various intricate displays – to make chandeliers, altars, candlesticks, and everything in between. All made out of skulls and every other part of the skeleton. I didn’t know whether to be intrigued or disgusted – I think I was somewhere ...